2017 Portfolio Review – At the Lunder Arts Center at Lesley University
Presented March 26, 2017 | 10am-4pm
Lesley University, LUCAD, Cambridge MA
Portfolio Review Pricing | CAA Members
Portfolio Review Pricing | Non Members
|Three Sessions | $150
One Session | $60
|Three Sessions | $210
One Session | $80
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Registration Begins February 7th at 11am by calling the Cambridge Art Association Office | 617 -876-0246
Patricia Dellorfano | Lead Curator, Fidelity Investments
Elizabeth Devlin | Founder, FLUX.boston | ALMOST SOLD OUT
Katherine French | Gallery Director, Catamount Arts | ALMOST SOLD OUT
Sara Jane Miller | Curator, The Gund Collection | SOLD OUT
Al Miner | Assistant Curator, Contemporary Art, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston | SOLD OUT
Bruce Myren | Acting Executive Director, Photographic Resource Center
Hilary Tait Norod | Art Rental Program Manager, Cambridge Art Association
Abigail Ogilvy | Abigail Ogilvy Gallery | 1 Spot left
Charlotte Riggs | Art Consultant, Boston Art
Jessica Roscio | Curator, Danforth Art | ALMOST SOLD OUT
* please note: we may add additional reviewers before February 7!
Portfolio Review Prep-Workshop | Saturday, March 11th 10am-12pm
A workshop presenting tips for presenting your portfolio. You will be guided through the process and learn how to prepare fully for a portfolio review to make the most of your time with a reviewer.
*$10 for Members, $15 for Non-Members
Sign up for the Portfolio Review Prep-Workshop Below According to Membership Category:
|Cambridge Art Association Members (All Membership Levels)||Non Members (Not enrolled in any current Membership Level)|
|CAA Member PR Workshop Registration||Non Member PR Workshop Registration|
Frequently Asked Questions
Q. What is a portfolio review?
In short, a portfolio review is a way for emerging and established artists to meet art professionals across several disciplines, present a portfolio of work to them, and make contacts that can be followed up on which will hopefully help the artist meet his or her goals.
Q. How does a portfolio review work?
During the course of the review day, each artist is provided with three (3) twenty-minute reviews in which artists meet one-on-one with a reviewer to show him or her their art. In between the formal review sessions, artists can also show their work to other “roving” reviewers as well as other artists.